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Nov 3, 2012 4:00pm PDT
. >> and also on staten island. fema and the red cross and other agencies, some of which were critized by authorities for not coming sooner. staten island hardest hit and in addition to the physical recovery there is an emotional recovery. we talk tod rob who lived 200 yards from the ocean. his home was badly damaged and he lived here 11 years and he described to me behatook place in the height of the storm, even though five days ago, he was brought to they're tears. >> it was the most horrifying thing i went not soap much for myself. my daughter and my animals and other than that i didn't care about anything else. i yust wanted to make them safe. i seen the water across the street and within five minutes. i had three feet in the front and eight in the back. >> rob's family is it okay, but so far, 21idatings here on staten island, a figure they fire may go higher. >> wow, what a storm. >> it is by far the last thing anybody want to hear in the run up to the election, new concerns of voters fraud in the battle ground states. details and who is making them. stay close. customer erin swen
FOX News
Oct 28, 2012 4:00pm PDT
church and first lady michelle obama and their children before headed to fema's offices to meet with officials to talk about sandy. the president is on the way to florida we're told at this hour for a campaign event he will hold tomorrow and then turn around, return to washington, he says, to monitor the hurricane. the obama team urging supporters to donate online to the red cross to support the relief efforts that we anticipate will be greatly needed after the storm passes. for now, chief political correspondent carl cameron is with the romney team in mir marion, ohio. the spinal sprint is usually energizing the base and courting the middle. how is mitt romney attempting to do that? >> it's a delicate balance and as the oak ridge boys crank out "elvira" what they've been doing is steadily increasing their overtures of bipartisanship making the point that it's going to be moderate and independents that could ultimately decide this election, and that if he's president, romney likes to say when he's president, he'll need to have democrats helping him out. at the same time, however
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